Monday, May 22, 2017

Aaron Hernandez Letters Authenticated


Last month after former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez committed suicide in prison there were reports he had been requesting to bunk with another prisoner [click here if you missed that].

Jail house authorities have authenticated the requests...

From The NY Daily News,
The ex-New England Patriot, who hanged himself in his cell last month, wrote the letters to staff at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center where he was serving a life sentence for murder. The Boston Globe was the first to report on the letters, which were authenticated by state officials.
“I’m trying to start my life bid where I’m going to end up in the long run for the long run which is P2,” Hernandez wrote in one letter to the prison’s security staff dated June 12, 2015.
“So, please make this happen and I even prefer to move in with (redacted); me and him are very close and have been since the streets and that’s FACT, not bulls--t. He’s my heart and like a real brother to me that’s why I want and am requesting to go upstairs and live with him.”

10 comments:

Luckey Starr said...

That's sounds like he just wanted his homie from the street to be in his cell. Doesn't sound "gay" at all.

Anonymous said...

Calling another man your 'heart' is strange, when you have a fiance and child. Or maybe that's how gangstas roll now.

Anonymous said...

He wanted to give his "heart" the D when nights got cold and dark!

Anonymous said...

So. The man is dead folks. How is this relevant anymore? Who cares? Dead people can't defend themselves. Stop making up shit.

Anonymous said...

He can't see his fiancee and child everyday. Jail is hard and people develop strangely close friendships out of necessity for sanity.
He wrote he's his heart and like a real brother. But ignant mofos want to ignore that last part and just wish he was gay like them.

Anonymous said...

Gay. this man put on a tough gangsta facade, but couldn't face his punishment ALONE like thousands of prisoners do everyday. JUST GAY.

Anonymous said...

I don't see anything GAY about that letter. Prison is a lonely place and you don't know who to trust. Sounds to me felt like this was a person that not only he trusted but could get along with.

Angela Peterson said...

People can see GAY into anything. He wanted to be around someone he knew. Who could be alone, not in population for years? Stop being ignorant. He died to secure his fiancé and daughter's financial future. That ain't gay.

Anonymous said...

The journalist and other outlets who won't let this GAY story die, it's truly sad...he's gone media. Get another story line please.

Anonymous said...

To the chicks in here who refuse to believe this man was gay.
He wasn't gay, he was ghey. Does that feel better for y'all?

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